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. >> hi, i'm debbie siebers. these days you see a lot of extreme workouts advertised on tv, punishing high-impact workouts that are so hard, you have to be in great shape before you start. but honestly, as good as they are, those extreme workouts are just not for me. hey, i'm 51 years old and i'm not really interested in doing the hardest workout ever put on dvd. that's why i created slim in 6. it's a low-impact, super-effective six week body-slimming workout that anyone can do. >> you know, i didn't have to have rhythm to do slim in 6 and a lot of workouts you get, you know, they may be too hard for someone who's just getting started or too complicated. i just needed to be able to follow some simple instructions. i feel great and i love the way i look. >> and listen to this: moderate paced exercise like slim in 6 actually burns fat at a higher rate than those extreme workouts. in fact, you 'll lose up to 25 pounds in just six weeks or i'll give you your money back. that's right, 25 pounds in six short weeks. >> with slim in 6, i've lost 25 pounds. i went from a size 12 to a size 6. >> and
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with the most name recognition was former congresswoman debbie haverson, a reporter of gun rights who touts her a rating with the national rifle association. or who did tout that rating with the national rifle association before this year. because this is both the first election for federal office since we picked a president, and also the first federal election since newtown, since the elementary massacre at sandy hook elementary in december. even though she has touted her a rating from the nra in the past, now debbie haverson is now touting her support for universal background checks for gun purchases. this time around she insists she has not lobbied the nra for an endorsement. ooh, debbie haverson pals with the nra? you have the wrong number. that a rating from the nra must have been a political asset in the past, but now must seem more than it's worth. in january bloomberg started running ads against debbie haverson and another candidate in the race who also had an a rating from the nra. the ads have been inescapable in chicago and on tv. and even if you don't watch tv, a, you should. tv is
professional style microdermabrasion to the home user. ...o.k., debby, nubrilliance is your new best friend. [laughter] >> debby: great. >> first of all, um, debby has those same issues that all of us over 40 have: the fine lines are starting to get deeper. >> yeah. >> right? with the nubrilliance, we're gonna stimulate the collagen... look how close i'm getting on these crow's feet, because it's the diamond head tip, so there's no crystals. another issue: debby was a sun worshipper, so we're gonna really work these dark spots, these brown spots, these signs of aging, the sun damage, and debby, you're gonna be amazed, because you're gonna see a difference after just this one treatment. ...well, everyone can benefit from nubrilliance, because everyone benefits from microdermabrasion. whether it's the teenager who doesn't get their skin cleaned well enough-- they never do-- to that woman in her 30s who is just really looking to minimize the signs of aging, to the woman in her 50s or 60s and those visible signs of aging are already there and they wanna reverse them and turn back the clock to h
amendment rights. thank you. >> that was congresswoman debbie halvorson, a democrat, promising a crowd at a gun rights rally she will be their voice wherever she goes. that same debbie halvorson is trying to win the first congressional election taking place in america after the sandy hook shooting. maybe once upon a time that kind of position on guns, maybe once upon a time having an a-plus rating from the national rifle association would be a great asset for getting elected to congress. i'm sure at some point it might have been, but it is not anymore. a couple of weeks ago, we showed the ad that the superpac run by mayor mike bloomberg had started running in that illinois district. highlighting debbie halvorson's a rating from the nra and highlighting it is not a good way. despite protests from debbie halvorson, the pac is running a second ad essential hi making the same argument, but essentially just adding an exclamation point. >> gun violence, it's ought of control. debbie halvorson will make it worse. halvorson oppose as ban on deadly assault weapons. he is co-sponsored a bill to
, chairwoman debbie wasserman schultz has talked about this. she has talked about what we need to do to prepare for the future. and i know that those who are paying close attention are very aware of how unfairly representative the house currently is. >> in terms of what is about to happen and what we are on the self-imposed precipice of, jared, how -- when you said that damage has already been done and that more damage is coming. >> right. >> how much of it is reversible? and what would be the best way to reverse it? >> well, first of all, it would be great if policymakers would at least take a do no harm, a hippocratic oath. if i were pulling levers, i would implement job measures of the type the president introduced in the jobs act, the kind that congresswoman kaptur is constantly banging up there. i don't think that's very realistic right now. so my first argument could be to do no harm. just put these kinds of spending cuts off until the economy is firing on all cylinders again. now let me be precise. i'm not implying that this fiscal drag that we have talked about, sequester, the other cut
for their speaking turn. first up we have debbie yee. debbie yee is an attorney and poet and supporter and organizer of the nonprofit asian american arts community. she's received her undergraduate and law degrees from uc berkeley and bolt. born and raised in sacramento, california. she continues to call northern california her home. and now lives in san francisco. so, with that i'd like to introduce debbie yee as our first speaker. >> this is called jasper john's wagon. >> i have an idea of how the fifth star was killed dear empire not by gunfire at close range, not in the study with the pen knife, not by the umbrella, crushed by the revolving door not jostled or hemorrhaged the narrow drain. we caught the tar and the bullet we came to the body encostic casement of skin rig motor us framed the opened mouths scream. wail for your mother wrap our sons in silken ribbons in a galaxy. the cause has been perp traited. we are adrift on a baron sea. the fleet diminishes me. who shouts for us now, dear empire? this next one is a postcard for a reason that i kept of harold's club in reno, nevada. i don't k
up in hopes of breaking the chain of violence. >> debbie andrews and her group have been practicing the dance routine for the flash mob for a long time. the event is important to debbie. she was attacked herself. >> it is something you have to deal with for years. i think i have learned to cope with it, and i want to give other women the courage to do the same period than the people all around the world joined in the event to show their support for gender equality and express their anger and violence against women. the day had particular resonance in india where the gang rape and murder of a young medical student in december sparked national debate about misogynist violence. protesters were also out in the philippines capital calling for a stop to gender-based violence, which affects an estimated 1 billion women worldwide. >> women who reveal they have been subjected to violence cannot always count on getting a sympathetic response. often, they suffer further ostracism and stigmatization. >> for debbie and millions like her, the event is an important step toward changing attitudes.
jackson. robin kelly defeated debby hagelston who had an "a" rating from the nra. >> a lot of things happened in this race, including one of the top candidates dropping out and endorsing robin kelly. michael bloomberg's pack, a superpack he funds through his own personal wealth spent $2.2 million. lots of it in ads pointing out, as you did, her "a" rating with the nra. promoting robin kelly as the gun control candidate in the race. kelly spend $300,000. halverson, $200,000. you can see how much impact michael broomberg can have in a house race. >> thank you very much, chris cillizza. >>> john boehner used colorful language to describe what he hopes the senate will do with the sequester. today, it was harry reid's chance to respond. >> speaker boehner made harsh accusations, i'm not going to repeat them here on the senate floor. he thinks the senate isn't moving quickly enough to avert the sequester. the speak's charge is weak sauce, mr. president. >> weak sauce. joining me now is robert gibbs. former white house press secretary to president obama. weak sauce, what do we say about tha
congresswoman debbie halvorson. again, because the second district is such a deep, deep blue district, whoever wins the democratic primary is pretty much expected to win the general in a couple of weeks and to become the nation's newest member of congress. former congresswoman debbie halvorson started the race as the odds on favorite, but this was the first federal election since not just the presidential race, but also the newtown school shootings. and debbie halvorson's "a" rating from the nra made her the target of a nonstop series of tv ads, in fact, the only ads that aired in this race. and then today it was robin kelly who celebrated her win after acknowledging how much this was a vote on the issue of guns and the issue of the nra as much as it was a vet on particular candidates. >> today you did more than cast a vote. you did more than choose a democratic candidate for congress. you did more than i ever could have imagined. you sent a message that was heard around our state and across the nation. a message that tells the nra that their days of holding our country hostage are coming to a
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spending cuts. we get the details from michigan senator debbie stabenow. we have that and more tonight on "n.b.r." two big sweetheart deals on this valentine's day: american airlines is merging with u.s. airways, creating the world's largest airline company; and warren buffett is buying h.j. heinz, the biggest food company acquisition ever. we'll have more on american in a moment, but we begin tonight with buffett and that surprising mega-food deal. the billionaire investor is teaming up with the billionaire owners of 3g capital to buy the ketchup maker for $28 billion. the private equity group and buffett's berkshire hathaway are paying $72.50 a share in cash. that's a 20% premium over heinz's closing price yesterday. ruben ramirez reports. >> reporter: the oracle of omaha now has a new title: ketchup king. for the first time, warren buffett, who's shied away from working with private equity partners, is teaming up with 3g capital in a $28 billion deal-- close to $24 billion of that in cash and the assumption of $4 billion in debt-- to take h.j. heinz private. >> warren buffett is sta
a battle against a silent killer of women. debby phelps says it all starts with a check up. >> for michael phelps mother, debby phelps, this doctor visit is me time. it's a check up to keep her heart healthy. >> all the years i took care of my children i didn't care take of myself the way i should have. i need to take a step forward. >> after a year of supporting her son's quest for cold, it's debby's turn to take a challenge, to put her heart to the test and learn more about heart disease the number one killer of women. >> i put it on the back burner. do i exercise every day? no. >> drt shan dr. shannon said women are like that, they don't take time to focus on themselves, that's part of the danger of heart disease. most patients don't know they have it until a heart attack or stroke occurs. >> you have to put yourself on that priority list. the sooner you can do it, the better. >> not takeing care of their health can cost thousands of women. breast cancer kills 40,000 women a year, heart disease kills 200,000 women in the same time frame. >> we want to be around for a long time. at leas
. former congresswoman debbie halvorson was beaten by her. >> you sent a message by the state and across the nation. a message that tells the nra that their days of holding our country hostage are coming to an end. >> joining me now, new york city deputy mayor for government affairs and community affairs, thank you for joining us. >> well, this was a special election, the only race going on right now. it is a race that was playing out in the middle of this very important gun debate in washington. so there was going to be a lot of attention placed on this race. and when we looked at the race and saw that former congresswoman, debbie halvorson, who had as you mentioned, an a-rating from the nra, was poised to lead. the mayor said we can't have that. somebody going to congress and being a vote for the nra. >> in some ways, this district is an interesting one, because there was kind of a mis-match between debbie halvorson on the issue. >> because of that, former congresswoman halvorson began in the lead and could have won, i think had -- not quite congresswoman -- congresswoman apparent kell
. today's question comes from debbie tin? >> debbie t. >> in southeast d.c. >> she asks if there are lake effect storms, why aren't there river effect or bay effect storms? you know who we are he going to go to for this? >> who? >> tucker barnes. >> and did you do any research. >> real far away. >> i can answer the question for debbie and it is a great question. of crse, many ar miliar with the lake effect snows we see come off the great lakes this time of year. what happens is you have very, very cold air temperatures going over relatively warm water temperatures and that water close to the surface, the water temperatures, the dry air can't hole that water so it lifts it up, creates these little mini ?rorms at the -- snowstorms at the edge of the lake. it does in fact happen with smaller bodies of water. not river width but in the case of the chesapeake bay, we do occasionally see bay effect snows. remember a couple of week ago we had that arctic airthat brok we had high temperatures only in the 20s. remember that in late january? this is an actual satellite picture of what happened. w
supply with debbie barker, program director of save our seeds. she co-authored a new report. i spoke with her along with nermeen shaikh from "democracy now!" >> of course the case is hard to know exactly how the supreme court will end up ruling, whether it be narrow or broadly, but the reason why we wrote a brief and in this report supporting hugh bowman is to point out the fact that unfortunately this is a microcosm of a bigger issue of seed patenting and the question of who should own products of life, if you will, living organisms. monsanto has already sued around or has about 144 lawsuits involving about 406 farmers and about 50 plus small farm businesses across 27 states. they -- farmers have already paid monsanto in these cases about $20 million. there are thousands of cases settled out of court or monsanto comes after farmers to investigate them for alleged seed patent infringement. they have had thousands of cases in our investigation is shown thousands of cases settled out of court in confidential arrangements. this has implications not only for farmers, but rural america. a
. as gigi barnett explains in this healthwatch report, debbie phelps says it all starts with a checkup. >> reporter: for michael phelps' mother, debbie phelps, this doctor's visit is some "me" time. it's a checkup designed to keep her heart healthy. >> all the years that i took care of my children, i didn't take care of myself the way i should have. and i thought are i need to take a step forward. ask to be able to take a look at me. >> reporter: after years, supporting her son's quest for goal, it's debbie phelps' turn to put her heart to the test and learn more about heart disease, the number 1 killer of women. >> these are things that again, i put on the back burner. do i exercise every day? no, i don't. >> reporter: dr. shannon winacker says most women are like phelps. they don't take time to focus on themselves. and that's part of the danger of heart disease. winacker says most patients don't know they have it, until a heart attack or stroke occurs. that's why it's called the silent killer. >> you have to put yourself on that priority list.
today bob and connie laurie. peter and debbie mc clawlin. bill and sally newco. and now let's give it up for your giants training staff. david, mark and carl, and harold. [cheers and applause] [inaudible] your assistant coaches. shawn dun can, dave stone and the there will will clark. [cheers and applause] . and the manager for the past 54 years the legendary one, mike murphy. [cheers and applause] and we would also like to extend a warm welcome to all of the giants alumni that we have here today including former giants manager feleap laua and five of our hall of famers. gay lord perry, orlando si pirra, jaun, lily misconnie, and willy mays. [cheers and applause] we also want to acknowledge congresswoman nancy pelosi along with her husband. thank you so much for being here. we know how busy you with the election just a few days away so a round of applause for all of our vip and special guests. and now at this time we would also like to thank the city and county of san francisco and our community partners. we must acknowledge them. can't do it without them. bank of america,
of his car, his son got cold and decided to go inside to stay warm. he was inside the car, debby, from maybe 10, maybe 15 minutes. but unbeknownst to the boy's father, the tailpipe was clogged with snow. and looking at these cars here in this neighborhood, and throughout the city, you can see how easy that could happen. unfortunately, the young boy became overcome by carbon monoxide. they brought him outside of the car. the young boy was unresponsive. neighbors and paramedics tried to revive the boy. he went into cardiac arrest. and unfortunately a short time later, once he got to hospital, he was pronounced dead. incredibly tragic story and also a reminder, even though the storm has passed, there are still potentially dangerous situations that still remain behind the storm. and, in fact, i reached out to the mayor's office just about an hour and a half ago. the mayor's office releasing a statement saying, in part, the news of this tragic accident is a sad reminder that the danger of the storm is not over. our hearts go out to the family and their friends who are learning of this treme
with michigan senator debbie stabenow. she's a key player on the senate democratic leadership team. he began by asking her why democrats also want to cut direct payments to farmers to help replace the sequester. >> we have very tough decisions to make. and in the farmbelt that's exactly what we did. we looked at every single page, what works, what doesn't. and what's the priority, what should taxpayers pay for, what shouldn't they pay for. and we determined that a subsidy that went to farmers, regardless of their loss, so high prices, good times, you still get a government payment didn't make any sense. >> one of the things some farm groups are saying right now times are good for farmers but they won't always be good. so what happens when prices go down? >> well, we absolutely as-- as a nation need to be there for our farmers and ranchers during hard times because we have a stake in having the most stable, affordable food supply in the world. that's why in our farm bill we expand on what's called crop insurance. you have a bad year, you're going to get some help. we also do other things to s
pac spending a reported $2 billion to defeat debbie halvorson. here is one of the adds. >> halvorson received an a-plus rating from the nra. debbie halvorson's record more guns in the hands of criminals. >> halvorson who lost to jackson in last year's primary says it's ridiculous that bloomberg is trying to buy the race. she posted that quote . . . and we're going to bring in "chicago tribune" report bill ruthart on that. he'll tell us how today's plea deals are playing out in chicago. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> michael: what is the reaction in chicago? >> well, the reaction today is -- is not really one of any shock. i mean folks here have been hearing for months that jackson was under federal investigation. we have known for quite a few days some of the details of his wrongdoing. it's kind of more of the same. we knew of the $4,000 michael jackson fedora and some of the memorabilia purchased today, it's just more of those details. $7,000 for two stuffed elk heads. the $40,000 rolex watch. all the way down to purchasing toilet paper at costc
pressure for the same reasons is debbie halvor son, who also got an "a" rating from the nra. debbie halvorson responded by including gun safety as an issue for her campaign. there it, the second thing on her issues page, gun control and gun safety. debbie halverson also posted this open letter about her position on guns after mike bloomberg began saturating her district with ads against her. but lest there be any doubt about the contrast now in this primary, this is the campaign for the candidate the bloomberg superpac endorsed last week. this is who the pac week. this is who the pac endorsed against the two candidates who had the ratings. look at her website, robin kelly's campaign is centrally, almost totally now about her commitment to leading on gun safety. gun policy is the central point of this race at this point, which is, after all, our first federal race since the shootings since sandy hook. there has not been much polling, but based on what we see so far, the contest looks like robin kelly running on gun reform, almost single-minded focus on gun reform. against the number
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